Thursday, October 06, 2011

Tiny passive nearfields

I had a couple of 2" paper cone speakers lying around and was looking for an excuse to get back on the laser cutter. A $2 investment in Masonite later, I built these:




The "S"/"M" (speaker/microphone) switch flips the polarity on the speaker.

Not surprisingly, they sound like third-hand Auratones... I'm going to work on the enclosure design and source other speaker types to see if I can get some semblance of bass response out of these things. In the meantime, I think they look nice and will work fine as special effect speakers. Success!

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2 Comments:

Blogger woowoo said...

that is awesome, peter.

7:47 PM  
Blogger Peter Speer said...

Thanks Nicole!!

9:55 AM  

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